Gen 1

Gen 1

(1) (GENeration 1) The first version of a product.

(2) The first air interface for communication between an RFID reader and tag. See Gen 2.
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For those who did not save up enough PokAaAaAeA@m Candy to evolve Gen 1 to Gen 2 PokAaAaAeA@mon, they missed the opportuni to be one of the first to have powerful Evolutions.
The diagram pjpacattack created (shown below) reveals that while a lot of Gen 1 PokAaAaAeA@mon need Candy and certain Evolution Items to transfo to their Gen 2 Evolutions, there are more Gen 2 creatures that require these items to change to their Gen 4 Evolutions.
But the reality looks a little different--if the gun was perfect, they'd still be making Gen 1 guns, right?
Dos 24 genotipos selecionados, 11 foram caracterizados no momento da coleta como doentes, sendo denominadas de (GEN 1, GEN 2, GEN 3, GEN 4, GEN 5, GEN 6, GEN 7, GEN 8, GEN 9, GEN 10 e GEN 11), e 13 aparentemente sadios (GEN 12, GEN 13, GEN 14, GEN 15, GEN 16, GEN 17, GEN 18, GEN 19, GEN 20, GEN 21, GEN 22, GEN 23 e GEN 24).
De posse do dendrograma (Figura 2) e da distancia media relativa (43,5%), foi determinado um ponto de corte que permitiu a formacao de oito grupos distribuidos da seguinte forma: Grupo 1 (genotipos GEN 22, GEN 24, GEN 6, GEN 4 e GEN 15), Grupo 2 (GEN 10, GEN 18, GEN 8 e GEN 17), Grupo 3 (GEN 20 e GEN 23), Grupo 4 (GEN 12, GEN 19, GEN 3 e GEN 9), Grupo 5 (GEN 16 e GEN 21), Grupo 6 (GEN 1 e GEN 13), Grupo 7 (GEN 7 e GEN 11) e Grupo 8 (GEN 2, GEN 14 e GEN 5).
Os genotipos GEN 1, GEN 19, GEN 22, GEN 24, GEN 12, GEN 18, GEN 13 e GEN 23 apresentaram as maiores medias de altura de plantas (AP) quando comparadas com os demais genotipos.
The thermal-transfer printable label is also available as a Gen 1 product.
"Both SATO and Avery Dennison are committed to delivering a variety of Gen 2 smart labels that are superior in quality and are priced well below current Gen 1 and Gen 2 products."
First there was a Serial ATA organization working group that authored the SATA 1.0a specification, which supports a first generation (Gen 1) PHY at 1.5Gbps.
Some of the new enhanced optional features also began to be called SATA II by the press, even if the product had a Gen 1 PHY.
The average drive supports about 50-60MBbps, and a single SATA Gen 1 port is capable of 150MB/s peak bandwidth.
Also, most of the Evolutions for Gen 1 and Gen 2 PokAaAaAeA@mon will come with the Gen 4 Update and n the Gen 3 Update, so don't be surprised to see a guide that is full of entries for Gen 4. Without further ado, check out the list below: